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NCJ Number: NCJ 233811     Find in a Library
Title: Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program 2010
Series: BJS Technical Reports
Author(s): Alexia D. Cooper ; Brian A. Reaves, Ph.D.
Corporate Author: Bureau of Justice Statistics
US Dept of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Date Published: 04/2011
Page Count: 8
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Agency Summary: Agency Summary 
Type: Report (Technical)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This technical report presents data on the Justice Assistance Grant Program for 2010.
Abstract: Highlights from this report include: the total Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program funding for 2010 was approximately $457 million, of which $445.9 million was allocated to the States, and $11.1 million was allocated to the U.S. territories and the District of Columbia; the 5 States receiving the largest allocations were California ($51.1 million), Texas ($33.9 million), Florida ($30.9 million), New York ($24.8 million), and Illinois ($18.9 million); a total of 2,214 local governments were eligible to receive JAG funds, with New York City ($6.4 million), Chicago ($4.9 million), Los Angeles ($3.1 million), Philadelphia ($3.0 million), and Houston ($2.7 million) receiving the largest amounts; and 3 States had more than 100 local governments that were eligible to receive JAG funds – California (272), Florida (152), and Texas (145). This BJS technical report presents data on the funds awarded during 2010 as part of the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program. The JAG Program has seven purposes for which funds may be used: law enforcement; prosecution and courts; prevention and education; corrections and community corrections; drug treatment; planning, evaluation, and technology improvement; and crime victim and witness programs. The report presents an overview of the award process and describes the four steps in the award allocation process. Figure and tables
Main Term(s): Grants or contracts
Index Term(s): Program financing ; Program planning ; Federal programs ; Program implementation ; Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) ; Police community relations programs ; Victim-witness programs
   
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